from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A genus of shrubs with pretty white flowers, much cultivated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A saxifragaceous genus of handsome flowering shrubs of China, and Japan, frequent in cultivation, bearing numerous panicles of white flowers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. any of various shrubs of the genus Deutzia having usually toothed opposite leaves and shredding bark and white or pink flowers in loose terminal clusters
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Deutzia _Deutzia_ 1-3 ft. White Hardy; flowers showy.
_ (DD) Pink flowers in very early spring and again in autumn; leaves evergreen; 1-1/2 ft. Deutzia, _Deutzia scabra_ (or _crenata_) and varieties.
Deutzia ‘Chardonnay Pearls’ is one of those beauties.
Here it was a Deutzia, with starry cup-like blossoms; there a Spiræa, with spikes of milk-white plumes; here sprays of creamy Lantanas, and yonder clusters of tasselled Ageratum.
Gaultheria arborea scarce, Deutzia on the descent to the Teemboo, Macrocapnos, Sterculia platanifolia, Melica latifolia!
Japanese shrub of recent introduction, with numerous white Deutzia-like flowers in long terminal racemes.
Japanese Snow _Deutzia_ 1-3 ft. White Very beautiful when
Here is a clump of shrubbery among which we see the _Weigela_, _Spiræas_, _Purple Fringe_, _Deutzia crenata_, _Hydrangea paniculata grandiflora_, the Syringa, and a number of other favorite shrubs.
Already the tenth day of the Deutzia month was over.
At midnight of the Deutzia month [April, 1024] a fire broke out, and the cat which had been waited on as a daughter of the First Adviser was burned to death.